Kansas City radio host Kevin Kietzman tied coach Andy Reid’s family life to the Tyreek Hill situation in a Monday segment.

Speaking on WHB 810, Kietzman compared Reid’s ability as a father being noteworthy to the Chiefs’ handling of Hill; the Chiefs wide receiver has been suspended due to allegations of child abuse and is meeting with NFL investigators this week. Reid’s late son, Garrett, died of heroin overdose in 2012.

“The thing is, (the Chiefs) probably think (Reid) can fix (Hill), but they thought they could fix him before and they failed,” Kietzman said. “Andy Reid does not have a great record of fixing players. He doesn’t. Discipline is not his thing. It did not work out particularly well in his

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